Wednesday, December 25, 2013

ranbow loom

the regular price of these is $2.99 the sale price/the price I got them for $1.50

the regular price for one of these is $3.99 the sale price/the price I got them for $1.99 (each)

the regular price for one of these is $2.99 the sale price/the price I got them for $1.49 (each)

the regular price for one of these is $2.99 the sale price/the price I got them for $1.49 

the regular price for one of these is $1.99 the sale price/the price I got them for $.99 (each)
and the white ones were the same

the regular price for one of these is $2.99 the sale price/the price I got it for $1.49 

the regular price is 1.99 and I used a 50% coupon on it and got it for $.99

                                      If I had paid full price for all of this it would have been $39.86 with out tax
                                      with tax I only paid $18.25

Monday, December 23, 2013

building a rabbit run

what you need is wire cube organizer ( I got mine at target for $25 but you can get them at bedbath and beond for $20 and you can use a coupon but ours dint have it ) and zip ties

zip tie the first two to gather if some of the grid's have bigger then do a big one and a small one

 zip tie the sections to gather ( tip put all the small grids on the bottom or your rabbit mite figure out he or she can stick you head throw it ............ yea)

I got the shower curtain form dollar tree

put down the shower curtain so that if something spills or our rabbit pees it dosint runnin any thang (aka carpet hard wood and so on)

then put the fleece down do your rabbit cant tare the shower curtain and you wach it if it gets nasty

here's the final run  hoped you enjoyed

Jack playing in his new run he love's it

Saturday, November 16, 2013

White Tiger

Pictures of White Tiger
Skin Type:

Size (L):
2.4m - 3.3m (6.8ft - 11ft)
The measurement of how heavy the animal is...
140kg - 300kg (309lbs - 660lbs)
Top Speed:
The fastest recorded speed of the animal...
96kph (60mph)

What kind of foods the animal eats...
The food that the animal gains energy from...
Deer, Cattle, Wild Boar
The White  Tiger (also known as the White Bengal Tiger) is a subspecies of Tiger, found throughout the Indian subcontinent. Although the range of the White Tiger is historically very large, these animals are incredibly rare as their colouration is dependent on a defective, recessive gene that is passed on from their parents. Over the past couple of centuries the White Tiger has become even rarer in the wild due to trophy hunting or capture for the exotic pet trade, with there having been no recorded sightings of these elusive predators for the past 50 years. Today, the White Tiger can still be found in a handful of zoos and animal sanctuaries around the world with these large and beautiful felines often being the star attraction. Along with the Bengal Tiger, the White Tiger is considered to be the second largest species of Tiger in the world after the Siberian Tiger.

The White Tiger is a large and powerful animal that can weigh up to 300kg and reaches more than 3 meters in length. Unlike the white variations found in other animal species, the White Tiger is not an albino as they still carry some form of pigment that creates their fur colour, as some individuals are known to retain an orange tinge to their white coloured fur. Like other Tiger species, the White Tiger has black or dark brown stripes that run vertically along it's body, the pattern of which is unique to both the Tiger species and the individual. Along with the change in fur colour, the gene carried by the White Tiger's parents also means that they have blue eyes rather than the green or yellow coloured eyes of normal Bengal Tigers. Despite the beauty of the White Tiger's fur, it does in fact give these individuals a disadvantage as they are not so easily camouflaged into the surrounding jungle.

Today the Bengal Tiger is found in small pockets of it's natural habitat in India, Nepal, Bhutan and Bangladesh, and although populations are severely declining, they remain the most numerous Tiger species in the world. They are found in a variety of habitats including tropical forests, mangrove swamps and moist jungles that generally support dense vegetation and have a good source of fresh water. Although the White Tiger could once be found in the wild, it is very rare for the gene carrying parents to actually mate, and with the rapidly declining numbers of Bengal Tigers throughout their natural range, the chances of White Tigers being produced are becoming less every day.

Like other Tiger species, the White Tiger is a solitary animal as this allows this large predator to sneak up on prey more effectively in the dense jungle. Although the White Tiger is not nocturnal, they do the majority of their hunting at night as this also helps them to hunt more successfully. White Tigers have incredible hearing and sight which, along with their stealth, helps them when hunting in the jungle in the dark. Each Tiger occupies a large territory that is marked by urine and claw marks on trees, and can be up to 75 square miles in size. Despite the fact that they are solitary animals except for during the mating season, male White Tiger territories can overlap with those of a number of females', particularly in areas which are high in prey. Male White Tigers will however, defend their patch fiercely from other males who may be trying to steal their spot.

In order for a White Tiger to be produced, both of it's parents must carry the gene. Male and female White Tigers are attracted to one another by their roars and scent marks, and once mated, the male and female go their separate ways. After a gestation period that lasts for around 3 and a half months, the female White Tiger gives birth to up to 5 cubs, which are blind and weigh roughly 1kg each and can have either white or orange fur. The White Tiger cubs suckle on the milk from their mother and begin to eat meat that she has caught for them when they are around 2 months old, and are weaned four months later. The White Tiger cubs begin to accompany their mother hunting and eventually leave her and begin their solitary life in the jungle when they are about 18 months of age. White Tigers have an average lifespan of 12 years, which can be longer in captivity.

The White Tiger primarily hunts large, herbivorous animals including Deer, Wild Boar, Cattle and Goats that feed both in the jungle and on it's outskirts. The White Tiger has a number of adaptations to help it to both catch and kill it's prey, including being strong and powerful, incredibly fast, and having long and sharp claws and teeth.With growing Human settlements pushing the White Bengal Tiger into smaller and smaller pockets of it's historical range, they are also commonly known to hunt and kill livestock, with entrances into villages also becoming increasingly common.

The White Tiger is a Bengal Tiger which is a species listed by the IUCN as Endangered and therefore severely threatened in it's surrounding environment. Estimates of around 100,000 Tigers found in the jungles and mangrove swamps of Asia were made at the beginning of the 1900s, but today there are thought to be less than 8,000 Tigers in the wild, with around 2,000 of these being Bengal Tigers. There are no White Tiger individuals known to be found outside of captivity.